15.7.2019 02:10 pm
Simon Taufel has an opinion that probably just rubs more salt into New Zealand’s wound.
England were mistakenly awarded an extra run during their nailbiting World Cup win over New Zealand at Lord's, a member of the sport's chief rules committee told media Monday.
This year’s tournament has certainly been richer for the fact that southpaw quicks have dominated.
Authorities previously said crowd trouble at cricket was “relatively unheard of” and the match had been assessed as low risk, with no need for a police presence.
The 50-year-old Trinidadian was rushed to hospital after he complained of chest pain during a promotional event.
Afghanistan, appearing at only their second World Cup, lost the toss but restricted India to 224 for eight in their 50 overs, giving themselves a genuine chance for a huge upset.
Asked about the feeling of hitting a six, Morgan said: “It’s like hitting a golf ball off the tee.”
The England skipper certainly provided great entertainment at Old Trafford.
Finch equalled his career-best one-day international score with a masterful 153.
Both he and Roy had to leave the pitch during the West Indies innings after suffering injuries en route to a comfortable win.
West Indies great Michael Holding criticised umpires Ruchira Palliyaguruge and Chris Gaffaney in the group game in Nottingham for caving in to pressure.
It was difficult to believe that the quick is a tailender with the bat after his special effort subdues worthy opponents.
The Kiwis were cruising before losing five wickets for 58 runs.
It was a remarkable result for Pakistan, just days after they were thrashed by the West Indies.